Community asset value compromised by partial flat conversion

The alteration and residential conversion of part of a public house in north London which had been designated as an asset of community value would fail to ensure that the facility continued to meet local needs, an inspector has determined.

200-002-754 (Image Credit: LB of Camden)
200-002-754 (Image Credit: LB of Camden)

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